Just Say Nomah

Former Red Sox shortstop Nomar Garciaparra was at Fenway Park in an oppostion uniform for the first time since being traded in the middle of the 2004 season, as his current employer, the Oakland Athletics opened a three game series vs. Boston. Here he gets emotional in front of the crowd as they give him a standing ovation.
(Jim Davis / Globe Staff)

Garciaparra Makes His Return ...
And He Wants to Come Back

Nomar Gets Emotional, Dreams of Finishing in Boston

Fake Laugh on Cue? Check.
Red Tape to Keep the Media Away? Check.
Saying the Right Things When the Cameras Are Rolling? Check.
But Old No. 5 Will Get Big Applause from a Holiday Hungover Crowd at Fenway
Fans Will Forget What Went Down When He Left, and Do the Right Thing Tonight
In a Perfect World, He Coulda Been the Next Ted Williams
And Nomie Wasn't All That Jacked in the SI Cover Photo
Mazz: Nomar and the Two Bostons | Gallery: Nomar Through the Years
Haaaaaaaa ... Nomar Said He Didn't Want to Leave Boston
This Just In: Mass General On Alert In Case Nomar Pulls or Fractures
a Groin, Hip, or Wrist or Something Tonight
Mr. 'False Positives' on the Steroid Problem in '04: 'Testing Is Just Not the Answer'
A Reminder to Kids: Nomar's Not a Fan of Signing Autographs
How About a Couple of Garciapopups for Old Times Sake Nomie?
Remember When He Sat Out That Jeter Dive-in-the-Stands Game? That Was Awesome
Globe Archives: Garciaparra Traded | Shaughnessy: In Short, Time for Him to Go
BDD Archives: How to Leave Boston on Bad Terms | Soccer Bomb
Achilles' Heel Is Fine Now | Thanks Blue-tiful

"Kids crying all over Boston for a month or two, or maybe some even now still crying at night going to sleep. Nomar was... hey look, I feel it's saad that Nomar's still not a Red Sock. He was the link. Williams. Yaz. Nomar..."-- ESPN's Nomar Delusionist Chris Berman, October 2004

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